[visionlist] Object Perception, Attention, & Memory (OPAM)

Andy Leber andrew.leber at yale.edu
Thu Jul 28 00:31:45 GMT 2005

                        OPAM 2005

Object Perception, Attention, and Memory
             November 10, Toronto
         Keynote: Dr. Melvyn Goodale

Online submissions for this year's OPAM will be accepted between July 
18th and August 1st at http://www.opam.net.  The meeting will take 
place on November 10th, in Toronto, before Psychonomics and Melvyn 
Goodale will deliver the keynote address.  Please refer to the 
instructions on the submissions page for more detail: 

Due to the generous support of our sponsors, registration will again be 
free this year!  However, so that we may plan adequately, please make 
sure to register online at: http://www.opam.net/opam2005/register.html

If you or your department wish to help sponsor OPAM, you can do so via 
PayPal on OPAM's website or you can contact any of the organizers for 
more information.

OPAM is a conference dedicated to issues in object perception, 
attention, and memory, as well as other areas of visual cognition. It 
takes place, each year, on the first day of the meeting of the 
Psychonomic Society. OPAM is intended as a forum primarily for 
scientists early in their careers, such as graduate students or post 
docs. It represents an excellent opportunity to present one's work to a 
large audience mainly drawn from the Psychonomics community. Research 
may be presented as either a talk or a poster. We would strongly like 
to encourage submissions from anyone who does not yet have the 
opportunity to present at Psychonomics. We would furthermore like to 
emphasize that the conference embraces a diversity of approaches to the 
study of object perception and memory. Such approaches can include, for 
example, psychophysics, developmental psychology, or neuroscience.

Please forward this message to anyone who may be interested in 
presenting at OPAM.


Kate Arrington, Andrew Leber, Stephen Mitroff, and Aude Oliva

contact:  opam.info at gmail.com

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